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Mating speed differences between Australian populations ofDrosophila melanogaster
Mating speeds have been studied for two natural populations ofDrosophila melanogaster collected in Victoria, Australia, about 100 miles apart. Significant differences in mating speed were found andExpand
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Polymorphism in natural populations ofDrosophila for the ability to withstand temperature shocks
Chaque femelleDrosophila melanogaster sauvage, inséminée, isolée de son milieu naturel, a donné des descendances qui présentaient des différences génétiques concernant leur capacité à supporter leExpand
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Genetic heterogeneity among the founders of laboratory populations of Drosophila melanogaster. II. Mating behaviour.
Single inseminated founder females in D. mBlanogastB'I' derived from the same population have led to genetically discrete strains for two behavioural traits: the percentage of pairs mated in 60 min,Expand
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Genetic heterogeneity among the founders of laboratory populations ofDrosophila. I. Scutlllar chaetae
The incidence of flies with mor than four scutellar chaetae (additional chaetae) has been followed for 45 generations in three strains set up from single inseminated females ofDrosophila melanogasterExpand
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The exploitation of genetic heterogeneity among the founders of laboratory populations ofDrosophila prior to directional selection
Chacune de 16 souches, filiations de femelles uniques, et fécondées dans la nature, montrait une proportion caractéristique de mouches ayant plus de 4 soies scutellaires (soies supplémentaires). LaExpand
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Genetic heterogeneity among the founders of laboratory populations of Drosophila IV. Scutellar chaetae in different environments
The incidence of flies with more than four seutellar chaetae (additional chaetae) has been followed for up to 3 years in 4 lines at 15°C, 20°C, 25°C and 27.5°C derived from each of 3 strains,Expand
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Polygenes and polymorphism
SummarySingle inseminated founder females in D. melanogaster derived from the same population have led to genetically discrete strains for three quantitative traits, namely scutellar chaeta number,Expand
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